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contents of Breviora (Volume no. 265-295)

Cambridge, Mass. 29 June 1967 Number 267
A NEW GENERIC ARRANGEAAENT FOR SOME AUSTRALIAN
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1 I follow Loveridge's (1947) and Pasteur's (1960) taxonomic treat-ment of the genus.
By simply calling L. pictiiratus a superspecies and raising subspecies to species rank, Pasteur (1964) has not substantiallyimproved our understanding of the situation.
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MiLiseiiaiM of Comparsitive ZoologyCambridge. Mass. 29 June 1967 Number 270
ADDITIONS TO THE UNIONID FAUNA OF THE GULF
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Margaritana gesnerii Lea 1858, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 10: 138 ( Up-haupee Creek [Macon Co.] Alabama; Chattahoochee River, belowColumbia [sic] [Columbus, Muscogee Co.]
Georgia). Lea, 1862.
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Stropliitiis wriglitiaiiiis Walker 1901, Nautilus, 15: 65, pi. 3 (Tributaries ofthe Flint River, Baker Co., Georgia; holotype MZUM 74938. Typelocality corrected to Ochlockonee River, Florida, on the authorityof Walker,
by Simpson, 1914, Cat. Naiades, 1: 357).
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Ochlockonee River Drainage. —
Florida: Ochlockonee River, bridge, 8 mi. W Tallahassee, Leon Co.
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Lampsills BiNOMiNATUS SimpsouPlate 2. figure 6; Plate 3, figure 2Unio lineatiis Lea 1840, Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc, 1: 287 (ChattahoocheeRiver, Columbus [Muscogee Co.]
Georgia). Lea, 1842, Trans. Amer.
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*21-30. Australian Mus., R.81 15-16, 8909-13, 9012,
Sir Edward Pellew
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THE ECOLOGICAL DISTRIBUTION OF THE ANOLINE
LIZARDS AROUND KINGSTON, JAMAICA
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THE GENUS HOPS (ARANEAE, CAPONIIDAE) IN PANAMA
AND THE WEST INDIES
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Caponina blonda Bryant, 1942: 328, pi. 2, fig. 17. The male holotype fromSt. Croix,
U. S. Virgin Islands, is in the Museum of Comparative Zoology.
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Holotype. The male holotype is from Loma Cibao, La Vega,Dominican Republic. August 9, 1956, 600-1600 m elevation
(Dr. Allan F. Archer, E. B. M.). The holotype will be deposited in theAmerican Museum of Natural History, New York, N. Y.
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Nops TOBALLUS sp. nov.Figures 18-19Holotype. The male holotype is from St.
Catherine Parish, near May Pen, Jamaica, W. I., November 22, 1957. The name of thespecies is an arbitrary combination of letters.
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Nops maculata, — Banks, 1929: 53-96, 4 pis. (Not A'^. maciilata Simon).Holotype. The male holotype was taken in a Berlese funnel onBarro Colorado Island, Panama Canal Zone, between April andJune, 1950,
by Dr. James Zetek. The name of the species is an arbitrary combination of letters.
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Cambridge, Mass. 24 November, 1967 Number 276THE GENERIC RELATIONSHIPS OF THE AFRICANSCINCID GENUS EUMECIAAllen
E. Greer
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Cambridge, Mass. 24 November, 1967 Number 278NOTES ON THE EAABERiZINE SPARROWRHYNCHOSPIZA STOLZMANNIRaymond
A. Paynter, Jr.
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ACKNOV^LEDGMENTSI thank Ernst Mayr and Francois Vuilleumier for their com-ments and suggestions. The field work for this study was sup-ported
by Grant GB-4210 from the National Science Foundation.
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Mrs. Patricia H. Kerfoot and
Mr. Joshua B. Clark executed the line drawings of Sphenomorphus fragosus (Fig. 1) and S. taylori(Fig. 3), respectively.
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Cambridge. Mass. 19 March, 1968 Number 280THE NOTATUS GROUP OF SPHAERODACTYLUS(SAURIA, GEKKONIDAE) IN HISPANIOLA
Benjamin Shreve
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The following form is named for
A. Stanley Rand, co-collector of the type series and student of West Indian herpetology.
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The following species is named for
Dr. P. J. Darlington, Jr., the collector and the major student of West Indian zoogeography.
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Sphaerodactylus altavelensis Noble and Hassler, 1933: 7,
Alta Vela Island, Dominican Republic.
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Illustrations are included in the following publications
by Bigelow and Schroeder, all listed in the references cited.
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Cambridge, Mass. 5 April, 1968 Number 282THE EXTINCT BABOON, PARAPAPIO JONEShIN THE EARLY PLEISTOCENE OF NORTHWESTERN KENYA
Bryan Patterson
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1966. Comparative behavior of the Galapagos lava lizards (Tropi-diinis). In: The Galapagos. Proceedings of the GalapagosInternational Scientific Project,
R. I. Bowman, editor (pp. 269- 273). Berkeley and Los Angeles, Univ. of California Press.
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THE GENERA OF PUFFBIRDS (BUCCONIDAE)
G. W. Cottrell
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Holotype. The female is from St. John,
U. S. Virgin Islands. Centerline Road, 4 miles east of Cruz Bay, March 4, 1964. Thename of the species is an arbitrary combination of letters.
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Figures 34-36Miagrammopes scopariiis Simon, 1891: 555. The types, male and female,are in the British Museum (Natural History) and were taken on St.
Vincent, B.W.I. Simon, 1892: 220; Petrunkevitch, 1911: 97; 1930:232; Lutz, 1915: 79; Roewer, 1954: 1350; Bonnet, 1957: 2831.
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Holotype. The male is from Jamaica, W. I., St.
Andrew Parish, Mt. James at Plaintain River, October 24, 1957. The name of thespecies is an arbitrary combination of letters.
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Meseuinii of Comparative ZoologyCambridge, Mass. 29 May, 1968 Number 290GEOGRAPHIC VARIATION IN THE HISPANIOLAN FROG
ELEUTHERODACTYLUS WETMOREI COCHRAN
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Holotype: MCZ 36101, an adult female, from Thiotte, Dept. derOuest, Haiti, one of a series collected April 1962
by G. Whiteman.
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Holotype: MCZ 37757, an adult female, from Marfranc, Dept.du Sud, Haiti, one of a series collected 26-27 December 1962
by Hill and Vuilleumier.
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Dept. du Sud, Haiti, December 1961, G. Whiteman; USNM 60627-35, Moron, Dept. du Sud, Haiti, 20 December 1917,
W. L. Abbott. MCZ 28599-600, Moron, Dept. du Sud, Haiti, 24 December 1917,W. L. Abbott.
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Cambridge, Mass. 29 May. 1968 Number 291
A NEW SPECIES OF TRIBOLONOTUS (LACERTILIA:
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Tribolonotus PSEUDOPONCELETii new speciesHolotype: Museum of Comparative Zoology (MCZ) 1291 A, anadult male collected
by Fred Parker at Kunua, Bougainville, on 30 December 1962.
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Cambridge, Mass. 29 May, 1968 Number 294DISTRIBUTION AND BIOLOGY OF THE
OPISTHOPROCTID FISHWINJERIA TELESCOPA BRAUER 190P
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Cambridge, Mass. 29 May, 1968 Number 295THE CHANARES (ARGENTINA) TRIASSIC REPTILE FAUNAIV. THE DICYNODONT FAUNA
C. Barry Cox^
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